Monday, December 8, 2014

Giveaway Day!

It's time again for Sew Mama Sew's giveaway day. I hope you're enjoying visiting all the different blogs and sites, there are a ton of great prizes to win! Today I have a copy of Little One Yard Wonders to giveaway to one lucky US reader, courtesy of Storey Publishing!



Little One-Yard Wonders is full of projects that are perfect for this time of year, when you need some last minute gifts. Grab a yard of fabric and get to work!

I've been browsing the book trying to decide what to make next. The whale pillow from the cover would look great in Sawyer's room. I want to make new curtains anyways, and I could stitch up a matching whale too!

There are lots of patterns for stuffies and toys, clothes and bags, even a hopscotch game.
photo by Julie Toy

Plus, don't forget about moms and dads, there's plenty of ideas for them in this book. Maybe a Boo Boo Buddy? ;)

It would be a great gift for someone who sews, you can pick up a copy for your guild buddies and crafty friends! They're available for purchase through amazon:



Enter using the rafflecopter widget below. Good luck!

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The giveaway is open through Friday the 12th. US only please. I'll contact the winner for shipping information and pass that on to Storey, who will send the book directly.




46 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am making throw sized blankets using AMH velveteen, wool batting and voile for everyone in my family...almost done :-)

coloradowildflowers said...

I just finished a tiny doll-sized Moses basket for my 18 month old granddaughter who is fascinated with babies. :)

Betsy said...

I finished a quilt, now in am making a dresser runner to match it

JoyceLM said...

I'm making some small table runners & will also be baking lots of cookies for Christmas gifts. Thanks.

Tabitha Keener said...

I'm trying to make pouches this year and also fudge and potato candy! Thanks

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DanaK ~ WaterPenny said...

Today I'm making capes for my nephews and niece!

Barbara said...

I'm making picnic blankets - big ones of fleece with water-resistant fabric on the underside and an attached pocket that the blanket folds into.

Colleen said...

pillowcases and bags

Pixie Cat said...

I'm not making anything this year. Well, maybe I'll do some sort of chocolate dipped treats for co-workers.

Jennifer Dewing said...

Lets see, I'm making a tool roll for my son's woodworking tools.. 4 Cargo Duffle Bags for my boys (it's a free pattern from Noodlehead)... 3 Park West bags for my girls (it's a pattern from Sew Sweetness)... a small suitcase for my youngest daughter to house her doll stuff...a Weekender Bag for my MIL... another Park West bag for my mother... yeah, I'm kinda busy!! I sure hope I can get them all done! lol

Linda said...

I'm sewing pj pants, knitting a slouchy hat and of course making cookies.

Breanna S. said...

Glad to hear that cookies count because they are on the list for sure. I am also working on a wardrobe for an american girl doll.

Liz Horton said...

Hi- I am making Liberty of London lavender sachets for teacher gifts!

Courtneysews said...

I am making Zipper Pouches! Thanks!

Sam said...

I am making doll clothes for my nieces.

Roxanne said...

I'm making bow cozies, hats and other winter wear for the kids and COOKIES! Many cookies!

Amanda said...

Cookies! lol. Also making some sleepsacks for my cousin's brand new twin boys and a Christmas dress for my not-quite-2-year-old daughter.

Sarah said...

I just finished making a baby quilt! Now I'll be making a makeup bag, and doll clothes. sarah@forrussia.org

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I'm making a table runner for a friend.

Cindy Pilkington said...

Cute projects!

Jules said...

Salted Caramel Bourbon Sauce! Thanks for the chance!

Joyce said...

I am sewing pjs . I am on pair five.

Darlington Delights said...

Making a memory quilt for my mother.

Michelle said...

I am making cookies with my kids and pj's for my kids

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Cyndi @ The Nosy Pepper said...

Microwave bowl covers and bags ;)

sntbosch said...

Jammie pants!
sntbosch(at)me(dot)com

atabanana29 said...

I'm making some Anna and Elsa dolls for my girls!

Anonymous said...

Making and eating lots of cookies. Also a wall hanging, clothes pin holder, and a party dress. Thanks! Sarah: crjandsbj (at)netzero(dot)com

Stephanie said...

Quilts, bags, and since Christmas is at my house this year lots of food!

Libby said...

Lots of Christmas orders still ! Mixer covers and coloring wallets are the next up on the list.

DebraKay Neiman said...

Merry Christmas from Oklahoma, USA! I have a baby quilt to finish, a tooth fairy pillow to make, and a wedding quilt to start. crystalbluern at onlineok dot com

Dreaming Monet said...

i'll be frying latkes for hanukkah and potato-olive torta (our family tradition) for christmas! thanks so much. hoping to get unpacked enough to sew some things as well but i've been sick and keep running out of time!

happy holidays to you! thanks for the chance.

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Tamie said...

A rum cake is on my list! Thanks for participating in the Giveaway Day.

Elizabeth said...

I will be making spritz cookies for the neighbors and new bedding for my son.

aus_chick said...

I'm making pajamas for my kids!

nicolesender said...

I'm making pillows and bibs!

AJ said...

Making bags... and then cookies to go in the bags. =D

Donna said...

I'm making flannel pjs.
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Kate said...

I've knit two hats and a felted bag for gifts and plan on sewing some pillow covers for myself!

Heather said...

I am making lots of cookies fudge and candy, a rag quilt for my daughter too

Stephanie Blumenthal said...

I'm making zipper pouches and wallets like crazy for holiday gifts.

Newbie Jen said...

I'm making some quilted placemats for my MIL. She already HAS everything, might as well give her something pretty and useful, right?

Catskill Quilter said...

I have made potholders, and aprons and coasters. Happy holidays!

Debbie K said...

Stockings! And some DIY wood projects.

Carmen N said...

I always make homemade caramels (my in-laws won't let me in the house @ Christmastime without them)

Susan Solberg said...

I am making 8 quilts, an apron, and doll clothes for Christmas this year

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